Fear and anxiety throughout the pandemic have been widespread and have led to increased stress levels in children, teens, and adults. School closures, abrupt changes in routine, and a heightened sense of uncertainty have had a detrimental effect on the emotional and mental well-being of us all. Additionally, increased time spent away from the school environment has disrupted learning for children and teens.
As we return to school, it is important for us all to continue to focus on our physical, emotional, and mental well-being and to work on strategies for helping ourselves and others build resilience, connectedness, and life skills. The RethinkEd Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) and Mental Health programs offer on-demand professional development modules, K-12 grade-level curriculum, assessments, robust reporting, and data tracking. In addition, we offer extensive supports for adult wellbeing including courses, daily sessions, articles, exercises, and skill challenges through our partner WHIL.
RethinkEd provides a comprehensive and proactive solution to support districts to promote positive mental health and emotional well-being for their entire community. Our solutions help adults and students increase awareness and understanding of mental health and mental illness, encourages the seeking of support and treatment, and fosters the development of critically important social and emotional skills that help to reduce vulnerability to developing a mental illness, create safe and caring school climates, and form the foundation of mental well-being and success in school and life.
RethinkEd is proud to partner on Mediaplanet's Youth Mental Health Campaign!
5 Ways Families Can Prioritize Mental Health - National PTA Article
How Parents and Caregivers Can Support Young Adult Mental Health - The Jed Foundation Article
JOIN OUR NEXT WEBINAR
Managing Grief and Loss in School Communities
With Dr. Joseph Ferrito, Psy.D.
October 6, 2021, at 1:00 pm Eastern Time
Adversities and losses are being faced by so many in our school communities during a time when we have been challenged more than ever to find ways to remain connected and offer supports. As we return to school for the start of the new year, we have the opportunity to support one another in a way that can foster tremendous growth for students and educators alike. We will focus this webinar on encouraging understanding of healthy grief and loss and specific ways in which we can encourage resiliency in individual students and the school community.
No matter where your school community is on its wellness journey this year, RethinkEd makes it easy to get started, address recognized pain points, or roll out a comprehensive wellbeing and performance program to meet the needs of your districts. We are here to support you every step of the way.